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General Discussion · WE NEED REAL TIME CHARTING AND FILTERING CAPABILITIES PREVIEW
jimichelssf
msg #68470
10/15/2008 9:09:18 PM

I'd pay more for the real time services.

Since I'm already here and I like the way I can set up the charts...it makes sense.

Making it an optional feature would be ok.

Those that don't need it don't have to buy it.

Thanks!

James

General Discussion · I need some charting help in Stock Fetcher
jimichelssf
msg #68452
10/15/2008 12:27:06 PM

I'm trying to find a way to mark a specific date on a chart.

for example...... I might have a 6 month daily chart

and I might have a variable like - set{hh21, High 21 Day High } - that returns the highest price in the last 21 days.

and I might draw the priceline at the variable's value .....

but I'd also like to mark the beginning day of the 21 day date range on my price chart.

The marking of the day could be a highlighted vertical bar... an arrow... a dot.... anything at all that points to that specific date on the chart.

Thanks in advance!

James


Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
jimichelssf
msg #67931
9/30/2008 11:41:53 AM

Thank you TRO.

James

Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
jimichelssf
msg #67927
9/30/2008 10:34:08 AM

Earlier in this thread there was some discussion about buying at the opening price.

I am trying set up my buy orders the night before ( Sunday night for a Monday morning buy) and I don't know how to set up a limit buy that is at or below the opening price. I can always look at the stock in the morning and get the opening price manually and then place my order but I'm hoping there is an automatic method.

I just switched to Ameritrade and I'm using QuoteTracker.

QuoteTracker said they did not have a method for this in their platform.

Maybe someone has a work around or experience with other packages that can do the job?

Thanks in advance!

James


Filter Exchange · TRO CROCK POT - SLOW COOKERS FOR SWING TRADERS
jimichelssf
msg #67645
9/23/2008 11:39:54 AM

TRO:

Thanks!

I'm going to try it for a while. It's seems to be wicked simple.

I'll try to let you know how it progresses... and when I think myself into a hole I'll ask for a refresher.

James

Filter Exchange · TRO CROCK POT - SLOW COOKERS FOR SWING TRADERS
jimichelssf
msg #67640
9/23/2008 11:06:58 AM

Tro....

I'm new to these forums and to trading and just wanted to add my thanks to the others for your sharing so much.

Thank You!

This Crock Pot filter seems to be what I was looking for since I still need my day job.

I realize (I think) that this plan is setup to buy at the open on Monday and exit at 1% automatically.....

But what if a stock on Friday evening's list did not make it to 1% above Monday's open by the time the market closes on Monday? Imagine that the price is at or below the Monday open price when it closes on Monday evening.

Does that increase the probability that the 1% move above Monday's open will occur on Tuesday thru Friday.... if you are able to buy on Tuesday at or below the open on Monday?

Maybe the probability remains the same but the time range has been a little compressed?

Many Thanks!

James

Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
jimichelssf
msg #66681
8/26/2008 10:42:30 AM

TRO....

Thanks for the Stat Scan for Swing Traders...more my speed.

Would the Weekly RSI(2) have a similar role in the weekly scenario as the RSI(2) does in the daily?

IE: Weekly RSI(2) below 1 might mean a price surge in the next week or two?

Thanks again!

James

Filter Exchange · spectacular results-using my new indicator rb%
jimichelssf
msg #54484
9/1/2007 1:37:26 PM

M4M

Does this filter continue on with your last 97% winner filter that used the sm% indicator? That filter has been a pleasent surprise and great food for thought.
Thanks for sharing....

James


General Discussion · big insider clue will ake you rich in after hours$$$$
jimichelssf
msg #51336
4/26/2007 1:05:42 AM

Retired...

Nice site. Lots more info than the marketwatch I'd found.

Thanks!

jm

General Discussion · big insider clue will ake you rich in after hours$$$$
jimichelssf
msg #51310
4/24/2007 5:54:03 PM

Mary

Since your post on 04-10-07 I've been looking at the following link and picking up after hours trading. Price Change and Volume.

http://www.marketwatch.com/tools/stockresearch/screener/afterhours.asp

Is this the same source as the cbsmarket watch you referred to in your last note in this thread?

Is there a better source available for after hours trading screening? I can't see the lot sizes in this screener. I can only see the sum of all trades with this screener.

when you get a moment....

Thanks!

jm



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